Subject: Re: Success! :-)
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: David Brownlee <email@example.com>
Date: 05/26/1997 13:28:43
Ouch.. are you 100% all your TT memory is ok - is is possible
to test your TT memory in stages - stip down to a minumum
and then swap the chips around (I dont know if you can do this
on a TT - apologies if you cannot :)
.---- I've been too drunk to love ----.-- I've been too drunk to remember -.
| too drunk to care | the hell of the night before |
| looked like death, felt like hell | I've been drinking myself blind |
`------ been the worse for wear ------'-- and still I'll drink some more --'
On Mon, 26 May 1997, Benjamin Lorenz wrote:
> NetBSD/atari is running now. Problem was -- what else -- my broken
> floppy drive. The kernel was searching for a default root device
> (why is it doing so when booting with -b ??) and was waiting for the
> floppy timeout on fd0 and fd1...
> I was then able to install the tar archives without major problems.
> What works fine:
> ppp: after copiing/adapting my linux config files, I got connection
> to the university using /dev/ser02 at 57600 bps. ftp transfer
> rate with my 28800 bps modem is 3.21 k/s -- a _very_ nice
> value, compared to Linux...
> As soon as I enable my TT ram (20 MB), I get MMU faults after some
> time of using the system. Without TT ram, everything seems to work
> very well, I succeeded in compiling zsh -- with only 4 Megs of memory
> and intensive swapping!
> But after the crashes while using TT ram, fsck has to fix this and
> that, resulting in a clean filesystem, but also resulting in an
> increasing unstable kernel! After some crashes, I had to re-install
> the whole system (!) to make it usable again.
> I got strange errors like
> tar: unable to write file xy: unknown error 4088392
> /usr/libexec/ld.so: undefined symbol _xy
> Well, next I would like to try out X, I already have all the tar files
> at hand, but my kernel has only "1 view configured".
> As I understand it, I need at least 2 views? What to do?